How different is Mars from Earth
Saturn is the 6th farthest solar planet and the second most massive body after its neighbor Jupiter. Its mass is 95 times that of earth and its radius is about 60,000 km. Being a non-terrestrial planet, it is mainly composed of liquid or gaseous state elements. Only its small core is formed of solid iron, the rest (surface, atmosphere) consists of liquid, gaseous hydrogen and helium gas. A non-terrestrial planet is one which does not possess a rigid, solid surface.
Having mass of 5 *10^26 kg, it gravitationally bounds 150 natural satellites / moons. The most well- known moon, among the astronomical community, of the solar system, named as Titan, orbits around Saturn. Titan, being terrestrial in nature and having atmospheric cycle like that of earth, has been a place of enormous research by the astronomers.
Being in no way meeting the earth like characteristics, Saturn is a haunted place with no hope of finding primitive life owing to unavailability of oxygen gas and liquid water.